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European Best Stories of the Week: Is it a Caravaggio? Christie's digital plans; Art in Milan and Cologne; more..

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Saturday, April 16, 2016

European Best Stories of the Week


Visual arts – France

“Caravaggio Masterpiece” Poured Over by Experts to Confirm Authenticity

by Nathalie Mandel • A canvas stored in an attic for more than a century and a half in a house near Toulouse, south-west of France, is being hailed as a long-lost second version of a painting by one of the greatest artists of the 17th century, Caravaggio. If the work’s authenticity is confirmed, this would be the most important discovery in the field of Old Master paintings in the last 20 years.
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Visual arts – International

Views from the Top: John Auerbach of Christie's On Online Auctions

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Christie’s International Managing Director, Digital & eCommerce, looks to the future.
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Architecture & design – France

VIDEO: Fernando Campana Talks Design, Materials and More

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Celebrated for their whimsical designs, the Campana Brothers (Fernando, b. 1961 and Humberto, b. 1953) have made a career transforming ‘everyday’ ready-made materials into objects of desire.
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Visual arts – Germany

Daniel Hug on the 50th Edition of the Art Cologne Art Fair

by Nicholas Forrest • Interview about Art Cologne, the world’s oldest fair for Modern and Contemporary Art, with a lineup of 218 galleries from 24 countries across three halls exhibiting a range of top-quality 20th and 21st century artworks.
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Architecture & design – Italy

Milan Triennale “Sempering” Show Takes a New Look at Design

by Laura Maggi • The Milan Triennale has an intriguing exhibition titled “Sempering.” The word, meant to apply to design and architecture, comes from a verb “to semper,” itself a neologism from the surname of the German architect Gottfried Semper (1803-1879).
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Visual arts – Germany

Tarik Kiswanson Weaves Steel, Defies Genre at Carlier/Gebauer Berlin

by Natalia Masewicz • Sculpture, photography and design come together in a series of genre-defying works at Tarik Kiswanson’s new solo show “Contact Sheet” at Carlier/Gebauer in Berlin.
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Architecture & design – Italy

5 Must-See Artsy Events During Milan Design Week 2016

by Pia Capelli • There are a staggering 1,000 events every day surrounding Salone del Mobile, collectively named Fuorisalone. Among them, there’s a handful of artsy exhibitions, promoted by Italian and global brands, that manage to bring visitors out of the maddening crowd and into a universe of their own.
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Performing arts – International

6 Must-Hear New Albums: Sixx:A.M., PJ Harvey, Pet Shop Boys, More

by Mark Beech • Nikki Sixx; PJ Harvey; Black Stone Cherry; the Pet Shop Boys. They don’t have that much in common as a list - apart from that they are musicians. And they have made albums that stand out amid the 100 or so in the ARTINFO review pile this month.
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